The International Workshop on Computational Nanotechnology (IWCN) is a forum for research on the development and application of advanced simulations of nanostructures, nanomaterials, and nanodevices.

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Topics include electronic structure calculations; simulations of electronic, optical and mechanical properties of nanostructures; simulations of electronic, thermal, spin and molecular transport processes; multiscale and multiphysics simulations; computational design and evaluation of engineered nanomaterials and nanostructures; simulation of nanodevice processing and performance.

This IWCN is the 20th in the series of International Workshops, until 2015 titled “Computational Electronics” and changed to “Computational Nanotechnology” in 2017. The new name, IWCN, reflects the longstanding aim of the Workshop to generate interdisciplinary research and collaboration in solid-state materials and device simulation, and the increasingly dominant presence of nanoscale structures and devices in high performance electronics and photonics. The full history of workshops is provided at the IWCN portal website.

This year, the IWCN will host two satellite workshops: The two-day International Wigner Workshop will be held before the main conference and the one-day (split up in two half-days) Workshop on High Performance TCAD will be held after.

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